IDLIB/HAMA: SYRIAN SOLDIERS WOUNDED AT HOSPITAL HONORED FOR BRAVERY

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MISYAAF AREA:  The Syrian government, the Syrian Army and the Ba’ath Party extended their congratulations, support and gratitude to three Syrian soldiers who were part of the defense forces arrayed against the stinking English-supported terrorist Alqaeda at the National Hospital at the southern entrance to Jisr Al-Shughoor.  The soldiers were:  Baasil Mansoor of Ma’areen-Saleeb, a Christian village, Basheer Wannoos of the same village and Shaadi Barakaat of Qarreen Village.  Ba’ath Party Secretary for the Hama Governorate, Mustafaa Sukkari,  was effusive in his praise for their incomparable valor in the face of English-aided scum child molesters and international vagrants.

 

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The number of Syrian soldiers who escaped the Hospital has been reported to be 195 as of today.  Many were wounded.  The nonsense about generals being among those captured is described by my sources as “absurd” since the highest ranking officer at the hospital was a colonel. Don’t believe the British lies. Instead, pay attention to the investigation going on today in London over a network of English child molesters who, like Jimmy Saville, buggered little boys for years with impunity. Many of the suspects are politicians, journalists and academics.  Get ready for some surprises.


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Kjel
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Ziad, It seems the major strategy of the SAA is to secure Damascus. With a battle in the Qalamoun (western) as a starter. First JN, then ISIS and finally the Zabadani area. When that is done i bet Jayroud area (Eastern Qalamoun) is next. After that i bet Eastern ghouta gets the spotlight. Followed by Quentera, Deraa and As Suwayda. To bad that it lead to a US sponsored plan to strengthen ISIS to take Palmyra. But i see encouraging signs of a stalled ISIS offence. The important Sha’ar gas field is recaptured and they are on the western edges… Read more »
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Offensively, SAA command should now focus on completing Aleppo encirclement. JAN is already attacking Kurds in Sheikh Masqud (as predicted) and will turn its complete attention to the city once it finishes in Idlib.

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quite amusing to listen to the trolls saying that once assad falls there will be peace and stability. lol. if assad lost the situation would simply reverse itself. and there would be an alawite insurgency fully supported by iran and russia. there will never be victory for a group [ the rebels ] who go against the people. an allawite insurgency would have the full support of the people. especially after living in a terror state for any length of time.

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quite amusing to listen to the trolls crowing about the fall of a few villages or even a small city like idlib and think it will be just as easy to takre damascus. homs, hama or aleppo. you people are walter mitty fantasists. you have no ide of war and even less idea of what victory is. there will never be a conclusion to this conflict if assad fell. it would simply go i to an insurgency war. an unstable country can never be run by anyone. look libya. iraq. and then the instability spreads regionally including to israel
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100% agreed. I can predict the future it seems ahahaha 1) 6 months ago, I posted about the how relevant it would be to stablish and control the border with jordan and the qalamoun region, because those were easier to overwatch. The resoult of that: an outstanding campaign to capture the qalamoun region. Sadly enough, it din’t totaly work in the jordan border but hey, it wasn’t a bad idea. 2) I predicted the widrawal of of the entire idlib arm 2 months ago in pne of my posts. REMEMBER WHO TOLD YA haahahahahah By the way, now that I… Read more »
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Archeological treasures recovered by the Syrian authorities

Patriarch of Antioch and All East Gregory III Laham leads a prayer held during a ceremony celebrating the recovery of three ancient church bells and two copper plates at the Zaitoun Church in Damascus, the capital of Syria, May 26, 2015. The archeological treasures have recently been recovered by the Syrian authorities after the terrorist groups plundered them from predominantly-Christian town of Maaloula in northern Damascus last year

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-05/27/c_134272886.htm
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-05/27/c_134272886_2.htm

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Non of the posts done in this comment section are mine, but setright’s suing my nickname… To those who posses an accite sense of reading, you might jave noticed that my speach lacks the absolute element, typicall of the ignorant and the mad. That is my water mark, in other words, the covered legitimacy of my speach.

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Iran calls proposal of no-fly zone in Syria a “mistake” http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/28/c_134279245.htm TEHRAN, May 28 (Xinhua) — Iran on Thursday rejected as a “mistake” proposals to create a no-fly zone in Syria, urging continued efforts for a political solution. “Talks of a buffer and no-fly zone (in Syria) is the repetition of previous mistakes and will not help with security and stability in the region,” Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian was quoted as saying by Press TV. Amir-Abdollahian made his remarks on sidelines of the 42nd annual meeting of foreign ministers of member countries of the… Read more »
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I don’t like this talk of ‘Rebels’ it annoys me intensely. Rebels are for example; the courageous people of east Ukraine fighting an installed nazzi administration, or the brave Yemeni peoples fighting arab traitor royals. These people Syria are fighting are foreign-sponsored mercenary scum from all over the globe, tricked into a massive foreign-backed terrorist assualt on a sovereign country. Murders, butchers, rapists, demon destroyers of families and children. Filth. They will be eliminated like the insects they are. Then their backers will be next.

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It is paranoia to worry about the use of one word over another. “Rebel” and words like “regime” seem to bother some posters almost to the point of being psychotic. Look for the content of the post. Does it make sense? Then judge it.

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It is really amusing. In the U.S.A. we call your “rebels” in the Ukraine, “Criminal gangs”, “Russian terrorists” and “traitors” and even “murderers of civilians”. I guess it depends where you live what you call rebels. And Joe Biden is working to help your Nazi government in Kiev.

DT
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‘I guess it depends where you live what you call rebels’

I beg to differ. It depends on little details such as ‘what is right and what is wrong’ ‘moral or immoral’ ‘proper or improper’.

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I would be ashamed to support the Russians in the east Ukraina. After all the misery that the Russians caused the Ukrainian people in the 1930s and even in the 1920s. Not that any of this discussion belongs on this site.

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I mostly agree with Alex on this. Thought it is much more complicated. The key is for me that foreign powers overrun another country using people that do not belong there. Nobody asked the people who are living there. And then come commenters with a biased view and call everything “against” US policies must be great which makes invading one country good and another not.

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Alex and Nobilitatis seem to conveniently blame modern Russia for what the jewish elite-dominated Soviet Union did in the Holodomor in the 1930s. Look up Lazar KAGANovich´s role in it, for example.

Both Kiev oligarchy and Syrian rebel terrorists are supported by US neocons, that should tell us something.

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I blame Russia for continuing imperial policies in modern times and for inflicting casualties on civilians. I refuse to offer Russia being the “good guy” just because in Syria they basically are. And what crimes belong, you are not only responsible if you did by yourself (like Jewish bolsheviki maybe) but also if you did nothing to stop it – especially when comitted in your name. And as you see I comment by my name and not as Anon.

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Alex: interesting. Rebels are generally considered to be citizens/subjects who have taken up arms against against the established government, a la Captain John Parker at Lexington Green on 19 April, 1775, and the Southern troops were also termed ‘rebels’ during the War between the States, so the boys from Donbass would be rebels, too, but I think that there are precious few Syrians still serving with the various rat outfits. Now, I’m not sure that the Southern boys were rebels, de jure, since they served a government which represented a group of States that had lawfully seceded from the Union… Read more »
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The key is “so far as I know”. Fact is you do not know and maybe you are informed by Russian propaganda. Well, it is known that the leadership of that “boys from Donbass” are sent by Moscow, the real Donbass people are known to avoid taking part in that war, Russian military doing the heavy lifting and arming and training and so on. Rebels would be rebeling against their own country. So by Definition that groups in Syria and in Ukraine are not. I am pretty sure that that IS guys volunteered too. If you want good guys search… Read more »
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Nobilitatis you are full of Shyte. You are stating your opinion and nothing more. You could not provide one piece of non doctored, non western propaganda to prove a damned thing you are saying. And I ask you one simple question. In light of what the world knows as fact that a duly elected president was forced out against the wishes of the electorate and without any due process or remedy for this crime and with additional crimes and violence against the people and their nation, are you telling us that the rebellion and violent opposition to this and refusal… Read more »
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GCG: As I made clear already – rebels are people of the country who rebel against their own authorities. You cannot make that disappear with any swearing words.
There is no place where I took the side of the current Ukrainian gouvernment. While I see the pro-citizen policies of the Syrian gouvernment.
And your comment is lovely. Did I really post my own opinion? How surprising. And did I not post propaganda? Or was it non-doctored propaganda? I don’t know. Mostly I stated the obvious. But I do understand that for you only counts what you doctored yourself. Facts do not matter.

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Alex wrote(below): “! would be ashamed to support the Russians in the east Ukraina.

That’s because you are ignorant.

pm
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Alex wrote (above): ……

Arklight
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Nob: We disagree; besides, I’m not partial to supercilious wedge asses.

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You got that right. Actually, that is giving him the extreme benefit of the doubt. Anybody who would be on this site can’t be that ignorant, can they? Just about everything we have been told about other countries and significant events, such as the 1930’s, has been by the same people who are now talking about the brutal Assad gassing his own people for sport.

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who the hell and wtf are you talking about and who made you arbiter of what we should be talking about? You with the reference to 1920 and 1950 Russia. You are so full of s**t you are smelling up the entire link. What Russians are you talking about? Isn’t it the same people you are vexing to be concerned about? What’s good for the goose is good for the gander remember that. Maybe you want to talk about manifest destiny and who the Bolsheviks were and how all of this relates? And the only people calling the “Rebel” fighting… Read more »
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GCG: The US were at least honest enought to publish its own version of The Doctrine of Manifest Destiny, which is more than most of the other genocidal regimes have done. It’s still in effect, by the way.

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”it is really amusing. In the U.S.A. we call your “rebels” in the Ukraine, “Criminal gangs”, “Russian terrorists” and “traitors” and even “murderers of civilians”. I guess it depends where you live what you call rebels. And Joe Biden is working to help your Nazi government in Kiev.”

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Alex posted:

”I would be ashamed to support the Russians in the east Ukraina. After all the misery that the Russians caused the Ukrainian people in the 1930s and even in the 1920s. Not that any of this discussion belongs on this site”.

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Alex, you comments illustrate what a brainwashed troll you are. Perhaps it is the poor public education to blame?! Russia was forcefully taken over by Bolshevik communists who then created the Soviet Union and committed a holocaust on a catastrophic proportion. Being a very religious people with a strong culture, tens of millions of Russians were executed by commies between 1917 – 1953 for being deemed “anti-commie” “anti-USSR’ , “religious”, etc. Through out this time USSR was ruled by a Georgian man, Stalin. His head of secret police, Beria, was also Georgian. The man who created Cheka secret police, Dzerzhinsky… Read more »
GCG
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BRAVO!!!

Arklight
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Anon: Alex may be a lot of things, but a troll ain’t any of ’em.

Anonymous
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Russia was taken over in 1917 by what Churchill called “terrorist jews”, not by Poles and Georgians. If they had been Muslims everybody would be talking about it openly.

“There is no need to exaggerate the part played in the creation of Bolshevism and the actual bringing about of the Russian Revolution by these international and for the most part atheistical Jews. It is certainly a very great one; it probably outweighs all others…”

http://library.flawlesslogic.com/ish.htm

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So, basically you want to say that Russia should abandon anything from Soviet Union and Czar times conquests and fall back to the “real” Russia. Which is the clear opposite of today Russias policy.
I would applaud you if I thought that this is your honest thought.
And, by the way, it is very silly to say that “Russia” lost territory to Kasakhstan and Ukraine during USSR since before there was not. There have been 15 Republics formed and many ASSRs. You could say that Russia lost Finland.

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You are correct, DT. The use of the term “rebel” regarding the rat terrorists in Syria is a misnomer. If I read the article correctly the Iranian Deputy Foreign minister did not use the term; he called the infiltrators terrorists, which they are; it was the writer of the article who used the word incorrectly. Regardless of who wrote this article, western media uses such terms deliberately to subtly propagandize the reader.

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”it is paranoia to worry about the use of one word over another. “Rebel” and words like “regime” seem to bother some posters almost to the point of being psychotic. Look for the content of the post. Does it make sense? Then judge it.”

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Someone really wants thermonuclear war.

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Thucidides: It sure as heck ain’t me, bud.

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Syria’s ties with Russia, Iran “deep”, “tangible”: FM http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/27/c_134275719.htm DAMASCUS, May 27 (Xinhua) — Syrian foreign minister said on Wednesday that his country’s relationship with Russia and Iran, staunch allies of Damascus, is deeper than anyone would think. “I can assure the Syrian people that the support of Russia and Iran to Syria is very clear and tangible, very tangible,” al-Moallem said, during a joint press conference with his Armenian counterpart, Edward Nalbandian, who is on an official visit to Syria. “The relations between Syria, Iran and Russia are so deep and deeper than anyone would think,” al-Moallem added, answering… Read more »
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“The nonsense about generals being among those captured is described by my sources as “absurd” since the highest ranking officer at the hospital was a colonel. Don’t believe the British lies.” First of all, I am not British. I am American. You are lying. At 12:48 in this vid shot a few hundred yards from the hospital is a TWO STAR SYRIAN INFANTRY GENERAL. THAT IS NOT THE RANK OF A COLONEL sitting on his shoulder boards. [emphasis added] HIS IDENTITY CARD IS ON HIS CHEST FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. Obviously, Herr General did not get the help he needed… Read more »
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Jisr was bad news. of the original 450-500 soldiers only 195 were reported alive. that’s more than 50% fatality rate.
SAA has the wrong tactics. They dig in and then try to hold out for months, hoping the enemy will go away. but the enemy just becomes ever more resourceful until the SAA get into a disaster in making. they need to adopt Hezb tactics of being continually on the offensive, applying pressure on the enemy. once the enemy runs, they are weak.

Paul
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Is that really their strategy? A sitting target in an insurgency/counterinsurgency war is not going to be much fun. And rather demoralizing if you eventually lose the spot or your men.

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In all the news accounts I read prior to the escape, I never heard the figure 400-500. I’ve heard numbers between 200-300, which means most soldiers got out alive. Sort of like Dunkirk–a defeat in some ways but a victory in other ways.

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In the hospital was about 250 soldiers and about 200 civilians, in a month of siege may had some casualties you moron.So if your friends the plagued apes massacred civilians . this is not a thing to bee proud for , you filthy scumbag .

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This troll is a Snidely Whiplash wannabe TICK (Talmudic International Crime Kabal, also a blood-sucking parasite that kills it host)

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For ticks, apply kerosine and turn the little fuckers counter-clockwise.

Arklight
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Thyllacine: Hey! Good one! We used to put Vaseline on ’em, and they’d just back out.

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Sam, I could not see the link you mention. According to Wikipedia (presumably written by CIA personnel, since it has been proven that the CIA writes most of the political/foreign posts), there were 250 soldiers and family members at the hospital. The highest ranking officer in command at the hospital was Col. Hassan. There have been a estimated total of 260 SAA fighters killed during the entire Jirs-al-Shagour jihadist offensive, including one major general earlier in the fighting near the hospital. All evidence suggests the vast majority of soldiers in the hospital escaped with their lives. It is possible that… Read more »
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Yes samy you are american jew hasbara troll.

pm
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But don’t you realise he (sam j haim) is a Delta force soldier (or so he wrote)!

albator
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Yes samy we know that you are an american jew parasite and hasbara troll.
Now go fuck your jew mother who is your sister to…

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How do you braindead monkeys get off insulting other people’s mothers and sisters? You are so much better than them, that much shows. God forbid somebody reveal the truth here or they are automatically a SHLOMO LOSER ZIO RAT or some other one of the 3 only phrases you vermin are capable of spurting out with limited your caveman era IQ.

javito
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How moron you can bee to believe that we are so naive to believe such lies ? So many high ranked officers in the same place is so stupid to believe that only someone so brainless like you may post it .

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It’s only one officer not ‘so many’, didn’t you go to elementary school fagito? And i guess visual proof isn’t enough for you, yeah the vids are tampered and photoshopped now too LOOOOL. It was a turkey shoot and there was no artillery cover or syaaf bombing or tiger forces in sight … only more of ziad’s BS exposed. If 198 soldiers made it out, why is there only half a dozen in pix released so far and only 3 got honored? LOOOOL Go ahead call me a zio pig supporter because I dont like being lied to …. you… Read more »
javito
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My post was for Sam j Haim and not for you ,crypto troll

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Sam, i wouldn’t believe everything you read nor see at times, to me the terrorists are using dirty tactics, now i’m not saying this happened but either this was somewhere else OR they had made up the uniforms then dressed these men in generals clothing.

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Breaking: Jaysh Al-Fateh Announces the Official Start of the Battle for Ariha

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-jaysh-al-fateh-announces-the-official-start-of-the-battle-for-ariha/

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SAA will not win this one. Idlib corridor can’t be hold. They better retreat before being encircled. Better concentrate on NE Latakia (which is open to an attack straight to Latakia city) and the al-Ghab plain.

Flanders
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Things seem to be going fast: SAA withdrawing from Ariha. Smart move. Hopefully, in a planned way without getting encircled.

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Its funny how many silly readers dislike your comments although what you say came true 100% and is fact based.

Flanders
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I don’t bother with that. Probably two groups: those who are too stupid to understand (they even might be pro SAA) and a bunch of trolls (anti SAA or anti anything) like that amusing obsessed aussie nonce who uses several nicks. Who cares?

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Yes radioshit it’s funny…Otherwise how goes your chechen lover flandre?

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They are sincere friends of the Syrian issue, but they are like children who always want to “win”. But this is not a game, this is a war and sometimes the fighters we support that lose. Defeat is that difficult to accept …. As they become fanatical supporters completely deaf and blind. So they lie to themselves and lie to others.

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Radioyaran said:

”Its funny how many silly readers dislike your comments although what you say came true 100% and is fact based.”

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”I don’t bother with that. Probably two groups: those who are too stupid to understand (they even might be pro SAA) and a bunch of trolls (anti SAA or anti anything) like that amusing obsessed aussie nonce who uses several nicks. Who cares?”

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Flanders posted:

”SAA will not win this one. Idlib corridor can’t be hold. They better retreat before being encircled. Better concentrate on NE Latakia (which is open to an attack straight to Latakia city) and the al-Ghab plain”.

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This troll is a “Lex” Luthor wannabe TICK (Talmudic International Crime Kabal, also a blood-sucking parasite that kills it host)

Alex
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The situation in the Idlib corridor is extremely serious. We both need to follow the developments and pray that the SAA can hold.. Flanders is no troll. Sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring reality and calling people names is no help to Dr. Assad.

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CONGRATULATIONS to SAA command for making a tough, but nevertheless, right and appropriate call to withdraw from Ariha. Hopefully they will withdraw from the rest of Idlib salient because holding that area certainly has no value currently; however, SAA command needs to make that call and close the Aleppo circle and completely kick out militants from Latakia.

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Alex: Roger all that – – god post.

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”The situation in the Idlib corridor is extremely serious. We both need to follow the developments and pray that the SAA can hold..

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[one psyops operative covering for another, treat all comments from these posters with caution}

Sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring reality and calling people names is no help to Dr. Assad.”

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Previous post reposted due to emitted content:

”The situation in the Idlib corridor is extremely serious. We both need to follow the developments and pray that the SAA can hold..

Warning ………….Flanders is no troll………………Warning

[one psyops operative providing ”legitimacy” for another, treat all comments from these posters with caution}

Sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring reality and calling people names is no help to Dr. Assad.”

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Psyops operative ”Alex” posted:

”The situation in the Idlib corridor is extremely serious. We both need to follow the developments and pray that the SAA can hold.. Flanders is no troll. Sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring reality and calling people names is no help to Dr. Assad.”

Anonymous
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SAA withdrew from Ariha!

albator
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I see that you are happy my little goat chechen flandre for this rats news…Haha fukin cunt.

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The retreat in Arriha will be another tragic mistake as in Idleb, in al Mastouma and Tadmor.. Arriha this time is the most populous city .. Besides its inhabitants has all the refugees from the surrounding areas..has the greater concentration of weapons supplies and military .. how to retreat from there? .. there is a safe way to retreat the army but mainly for their citizens? .. Design in Idleb was tragic from the first day of the war.. There SAA had the more losses and never managed to limit the action of terrorists ..the only mitigating circumstance for the… Read more »
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Do you really think Palmyra was completely evacuated? Neither will Ariha. Citizens would delay the military retreat with them all over the road(s).

The Ariha retreat is the natural thing to do, and hopefully it was planned and not going to be a clusterfuck like Jirs, Idlib city, Palmyra, etc…

The population who had not left before will have to make the best of it. I believe Ariha has been under rat control before.

javito
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Ariha was half empty anyway

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Psyops operative Flanders posted:

”Do you really think Palmyra was completely evacuated? Neither will Ariha. Citizens would delay the military retreat with them all over the road(s).

The Ariha retreat is the natural thing to do, and hopefully it was planned and not going to be a clusterfuck like Jirs, Idlib city, Palmyra, etc…

The population who had not left before will have to make the best of it. I believe Ariha has been under rat control before.”

Anonymous
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Johny, I know SAA is doing everything to protect civilians; as can be seen on countless video footage when they retreat together from towns and villages, and Jisr hospital. However, army’s job is not to defend civilians, per say. It is to defeat the enemy.

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Looks like Ariha is being captured by the terrorists now, with Syrian forces withdrawing….

http://eaworldview.com/2015/05/syria-daily-jabhat-al-nusra-leader-assads-fall-wont-take-a-long-time/#ariha

Flanders
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It’s a long retreat out of the salient. A valley surrounded by hills full of TOWs.

The real question is why they didn’t retreat weeks ago, when they could have made an organised withdrawal, removed all their armour/artillery, and burnt anything which couldn’t be moved. I still haven’t heard one convincing explanation for their insistence on holding the salient.

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SAA retreated from #Ariha to Urum Al-Joz & Ma’taram”

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.799402&lon=36.571856&z=15&m=b

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Ma’taram SAA troops also moved to Urum Al-Joz.

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Since Ariha is only partially occupied, I thought that SAA would have made Ariha into a fortress and maximized militant casualties in a planned-tactical withdrawal.
TOW’s are rather ineffective in close proximity urban fighting; while each building could have been made into a firing point with booby traps. The fact militants are amassing their troops at known locations would give SaaF an easier target….one would think.

Then again, governor of Idlib may be a “sell-out”.

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Same scenario as Idlib city, once the checkpoints were gone… city fell fast without much of a fight. I hope/think this time, it took them only 3 hrs to take Ariha, it was planned. I don’t think the governor has anything to do with it. More the High Command. Obviously, SAA will keep on retreating west. I wonder how many are not going to make it. Surely, rats prepared a ton of traps on that road. We will see. Not sure, but think the weather conditions did not allow the Sovjet SaaF to fly. In any case, pilots have to… Read more »
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I fear that the Syrian leadership has lost control of this war. They make a lot of stupid mistakes and they sacrifice their soldiers and their own people for nothing. Obviously they have neither the means nor the desire to resist the offensive of rats. This war is very poorly conducted. Remember that Hezbollah fighters are wary of the Syrian army they consider incompetent and often dangerous to their own fighters. In Qualamoun Hezbollah fights alone trusting in its own strength. I think Hezbollah will secure first the borders of Lebanon because I’m afraid that Syria is lost. Rats are… Read more »
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Even Syrian loving Blogs and Sites are more and more thinking that the war against all the Hell Dogs of this World ist lost. Over four Years the brave Syrian People (i think most of them stand behind the Leadership – but even many of them fighting on the Side of the arabian/islam Traitors for the anglo-zionist Worldgangsters. Gangster, Traitors and Terorist are like a Fish – a FIsh needs water to swimm and Terrorists/Rebells needs Help from the People to win). Four Years of brave fighting against the Worldgansters and their Helpers was to much vor the small syrian… Read more »
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Flanders: Syrian Command is the explanation. A corridor like that is somewhat like laying your dick on a butcher’s block and daring him to use his cleaver. The best you can hope for is to go off half cocked.

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I agree

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”I hope this time the SAA “disappoints” us by NOT leaving behind tanks, Kornets, artillery and a lot of ammunition. The SAA has turned out to be among the primary weapons sources of it´s own foes.”

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I hope this time the SAA “disappoints” us by NOT leaving behind tanks, Kornets, artillery and a lot of ammunition. The SAA has turned out to be among the primary weapons sources of it´s own foes.

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I hope lol…stupid unimportant looser

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I’ve always been disgusted to see each loss of a city or of a base, those pictures of rats who were very proud pose in front of tons of ammunition, missiles, artillery left and armored intact .

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US preparing for war on China, Russia to save banks: Analyst http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/28/413287/US-war-China-Russia- Thu May 28, 2015 5:43PM The United States is preparing for a possible war against China and Russia aimed at preventing the collapse of the Western banking system, an American political commentator and activist says. Michael Billington, Asia editor for the Executive Intelligence Review and author of Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: the Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Thursday. On Wednesday, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned China to stop developing man-made islands in… Read more »
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DT: No argument here. Good post.

CHEVI789
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America? you mean israhell don’t you, because americans do NOT control america anymore.

Arklight
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Chevi: you are so darned right that it hurts.

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It is refeshing to have you back Arklight.

CHEVI789

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Tremendous explosion!! Scud in Idlib city!!

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One scud is pointless.

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Yep thats true

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age old, sorry.

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Hey GBCD the team chechens goats flandre and radioshit don’t like this haha…

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Poor fool. Syrian soldiers and civilians die currently in Idlib and it makes you laugh.

albator
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Nice try liberté troll. hezbollah come to kicked apes ass.son haha.it’s not the end but the begenning.
Liberté ?what a wrong name for a shit french jihadi scum

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These old movies will not change reality.

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This speaks volumes…and is from Ziads own son: “Three hours after the militants from Jaysh Al-Fateh launched a full-scale assault on the Syrian Government stronghold of Ariha, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) have withdrawn all military personnel from the city…” http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-withdraws-from-ariha-and-kafr-najd/ It´s now obvious that no Tiger (forces) could avoid a clear defeat. The Colonel could not change the course of the events and the myth of his unbroken series of victories is shattered. All this has nothing to do with me being “pro-rat”, an “armchair General” or a “defeatist” as some idiots on… Read more »
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Ariha is finished …

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SAA command has proven very worthy over the last 4 years. People sitting at home and commenting have NO CLUE what 4 years of destruction, chaos, sanctions, 5 million internal refugees, casualties, and tragedies mean. What Syrians have accomplished so far is down right huge. Militants from 40 + countries, with $10 of billions of dollars. Jihadists do not care about civilian casualties; they are bombing the shit out of Ariha. The best counter move SAA can do is push to close off Aleppo. We all know that once Idlib falls, militants will focus on it anyways. Plus militants cannot… Read more »
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Hey Juan The Hezbollah soon arrives on the golan. It is time for the idf to wear its layers..

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I don’t support the IDF against Hezbollah. Just pointing out Ariha fell, and fell rather easily at that.

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”I don’t support the IDF against Hezbollah. Just pointing out Ariha fell, and fell rather easily at that.”

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Thats steright posting you idiots

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Psyops operative Juanito perez posted:

”Thats steright posting you idiots”

Treat all comments from this poster with caution.

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Radiocunt it’s obvious to anyone with litle brains that the Ariha thing is a pure tactical withdrawal by SAA, but you don’t have any

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yeah, it will be one of those tactically genius masterpieces featuring many dead and lost equipment.

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”yeah, it will be one of those tactically genius masterpieces featuring many dead and lost equipment.”

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They will be more battles don’t worry

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Yes, unfortunately you are right. More misery for the Syrian people.

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Syria is in real danger now, the central command of SAA is incompetent

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From the same article by Leith; “For the Syrian Armed Forces in Idlib, it appears that the Syrian Arab Army’s Central Command is no longer making the recapture of the provincial capital a top priority, as they have shifted their attention to eastern Syria, where the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) are pressing their positions. Despite the premature claims that the Syrian Armed Forces are “falling apart”; the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) still remains in control of all but two provincial capitals in Syria and they are on the move in the Latakia and the Rif Dimashq Governorates… Read more »
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Radio like his kind are fakes, things are fluid, they go back and forth, lose one areas but winning another, taking things out of context is radio’s fortei , person i couldn’t give a flying fk what this baboon ISIS lover says, he tries to portray himself as neutral and bring us the “facts” when in fact it is a newly made tactic as i am seeing quite often used on many websites.

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“Three hours after the militants from Jaysh Al-Fateh launched a full-scale assault on the Syrian Government stronghold of Ariha, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) have withdrawn all military personnel from the city…” http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-withdraws-from-ariha-and-kafr-najd/ It´s now obvious that no Tiger (forces) could avoid a clear defeat. The Colonel could not change the course of the events and the myth of his unbroken series of victories is shattered. All this has nothing to do with me being “pro-rat”, an “armchair General” or a “defeatist” as some idiots on this site have claimed in their utterly childish… Read more »
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Praise to the Greek orthodox soldiers , who among with the other heroes of the great SAA in the jisr hospital , proven their dedication to their homeland and the values of civilization .Your Greek brothers are proud of you.

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Amen, Javito. The Orthodox church has been heroic in the struggle against evil, unleashed since the US 2003 aggression in Iraq. In Syria, the Orthodox have been magnificent. In Palestine, also, very steadfast. They are worthy of the promise of Christ – that He founded a church which would prevail, even unto the gates of hell.

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SAA has to stand and resist at some point look at the rats in jobar they have stood of the SAA for over a year in the rubble and shit of that hell hole .I feel sorry most for the people in the stranded pocket north of Idleb they are more isolated as of today .

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This is precisely correct; Syrian command has made a CATASTROPHIC error of not turning cities like Idlib and Ariha into fortresses, evacuated civilians, and then retreated one house and one street at a time, while maximizing militant casualties. Did you see how long it took militants to take one hospital?! A month! And 500 dead and wounded. In reality, Ariha was being defended in Jisr hospital. The moment it was finished, Ariha fell. It would be reasonable to expect militants to turn their attention to Aleppo the moment they achieve their goals in the north. The best SAA could do… Read more »
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I heard that the SAA is planning to recapture Ariha. Is it true?

Juanito perez
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You must have misread. SAA is preparing to abandon Idlib.

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Shlomo juan your jewmother is preparing to abandon telaviv?

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If any heat comes on Israel – 100s of thousands will fly out, hesitating only to decide which of their 3 passports they will use!

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You are a moron Albator. Tabqa and Raqqa are fell into the hands of the Syrian army there within hours. The clamp is closed on Aleppo. The Syrian army has resumed Idlib and Tadmor. It also announced the capture of Salma and in the province of Latakia all rats were crushed. It pleases you best this kind of items? If you want I can make like this every day. As you can not accuse me of being a pro-rat is it not?

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Yes you are pro rat dickhead

Flanders
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#SAA evacuating #Ariha this evening:

Josh
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Looks like a f#cking slaughter…

javito
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Not true only a tactical retreat which would have to be.

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I hope that the SAA can recover from this and push back the Saudi/Western backed terrorists. Seems like a disorderly retreat, but difficult to tell from only a 2 min clip. I’m not to familiar with the terrain of Syria so maybe they’re retreating to positions that are easier to defend and with less civilians. Hard to tell what the SAA Command is thinking first Palmyra and now Ariha.

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Psyops operative ”Alex” posted:

”I listened to Jim Muir of the BBC this evening. He is convinced that the end is approaching now in Syria.. Iran will not intervene further for Assad, They are broke and they want to be nice to the US. Hesbollah can only do so much and not be everywhere.and Assad’s one time supporters at home are unhappy with him I don’t like it any more than the rest of you but the war appears to be coming to a new phase of indiscriminate killing”.

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I listened to Jim Muir of the BBC this evening. He is convinced that the end is approaching now in Syria.. Iran will not intervene further for Assad, They are broke and they want to be nice to the US. Hesbollah can only do so much and not be everywhere.and Assad’s one time supporters at home are unhappy with him I don’t like it any more than the rest of you but the war appears to be coming to a new phase of indiscriminate killing.
God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Muir is nothing more than a tool of the rat handlers. Ignore him.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

pm
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GPTSA says it right “Muir is nothing more than a tool of the rat handlers.”

I’ve heard him a few times on the radio. He sounds to me like quite a compromised individual.

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Alex: Unless Suleimani can pull a large batch of rabbits out of his hat, you might be right. IS appears to have top notch high command, poor quality field command and even lower quality troops; Syria has had top quality troops, better than adequate field commanders, and totally incompetent top command. With IS improving in the field, I’d rate it a toss up, at the moment, and the next couple of months should tell the story. I’ve got my fingers crossed, guy.

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”I’ve heard him a few times on the radio”

That makes you an ”expert” on him then…lol

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The attack off the cannibals off al nusra already started against the YPG positions in Sheih Maqsoud Aleppo with heavy artillery shelling .

Anonymous
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Wow. I wanted to see if SANA had any comment about the Ariha retreat and Google did not pull up SANA on the search result list. First time that has ever happened. On other occasions SANA would be down and the page would not open but it would still be listed on the search results.

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Google is rat propaganda

Juanito perez
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Lol yeah, anything other then Syrian State TV and North Korean Press is rat propaganda.

Anonymous
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Google is a zionist venture which ranks anything they want at the top. Avoid it if you want a non-zionist view on the world.

Thucydides
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Syrians will fight.
Hezbollah will fight.
Iranians will fight.
Russians will fight.
Internationals will fight.

https://youtu.be/2gke0FtgFSk

For the SYRIAN women and children!

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It looks like the western master plan to divide Syria up into a Kurd/Sunni/Shia/Alawite partition is nearing completion. I wonder whether the Saudi and Turkish handlers have informed their foreign mercenaries just where the borders begin and end?

Watch this situation really escalate now.

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there is no western plan per se? there is no american plan per se? there is no russian plan per se? there is no chinese plan per se. there is only the jewish plan. and that is all you need to know

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Americans and coalition will bomb them everywhere where they are not allowed. That is their tactic

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The SAA withdrawal from Ariha is disheartening but the correct move. Saving men and equipment to fight another day is now imperative. The SAA must pull back from the Idlib front and reinforce the Latakia and Hama fronts while striking back in E Homs. The key here is protecting the strategic highway linking Aleppo with Damascus and points in between. Not all is lost as the enemy becomes increasingly vulnerable as it distances itself further from its supply bases in Turkey. This is were the SAAF and SF can have an impact by making it difficult for the enemy to… Read more »
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I agree with you my friend

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I have to agree to move out of idleb and reinforce other areas like lattkia ,mind you rat outlets are to.have a field day reporting this loss.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzIjwXgyH0s

there are our loveable boys running like dogs from ariha. what a army they are. what restraint and discipline they are showing all who watch this madness. proper planning prevents poor performance. this army is in disarray.

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The withdrawal is not disheartning to me, things as i have said are going back and forth, and as some here know i have made the statement before, withdraw then bomb the fuck out of the area when ISIS goes in, like Tadmur, many of the good left the town, most that stayed are aligned with ISIS and even directed them to where the army personal were, so i say go in and flatten the whole buildings there and leave none alive.

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SAA does not have capability to “Bomb the fuck out of area” any more. They can launch individual strikes here and there, but the military has been degraded to the point where it can not lay siege to major cities anymore. Also, don’t forget that Syria is now officially a BROKE country.

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You didn’t hear about the hundreds of ISIS killed at Tabqa–even opposition source mention it. I guess that’s what you call an “individual strike”.

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Like I said, Syrian military can not lay siege and launch large scale offensive operations anymore. The military has been grinded down. The numbers your mentioning are impossible to verify.

Anyways do you think the Syrian Army is stupid not to do what you are talking about? Do you think they need someone on the internet to give them advice? They know better then you what there weapons systems are capable of and how to use them. They have competent officers, but they are faced with an impossible task. If they could do it, they would have done it.

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Posted by Psyops operative Juanito perez: ”Like I said, Syrian military can not lay siege and launch large scale offensive operations anymore. The military has been grinded down. The numbers your mentioning are impossible to verify. Anyways do you think the Syrian Army is stupid not to do what you are talking about? Do you think they need someone on the internet to give them advice? They know better then you what there weapons systems are capable of and how to use them. They have competent officers, but they are faced with an impossible task. If they could do it,… Read more »
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Like I said, non of this posts are mine… I love my new fame tho, it is becoming a brand

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Hezbollah apparently caught a sh1tloadof rats.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=330_1432674903

After what ISIS has done they should just turn the cameras off, drive them into the desert, break their arms and legs and drive away.

Anonymous
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hope the shot the fuckers

Flanders
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Bullshit, video is from Tikrit from some time ago and not Ramadi. Most of them are civilians as well.

Arklight
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Dudley, you’re so mean! It’s a great idea.

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If Ariha is gone as part of a secret deal to partition Syria, where does that leave Aleppo?

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Aleppo will eventually be taken by the opposition, but since it is an important city the Syrian Government will not abandon it anytime soon. But eventually they won’t be able to sustain their forces there.

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Be prepared for the loss of Abu Dhuhur airport and its subsequent portrayal as “useless repair facility”. I am still waiting for Ziad to comment the video showing Colonel Suhail “Tiger” al Hassan allegedly begging for ammunition.

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Why don’t you wait for msm to admit that isis is created by the pentagon ?

Anonymous
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Like it or not it is becoming obvious that the SAA is overextended and has to regather its forces.

Flanders
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Vids start to show up:

Rat ATGM missile destroys 2 SAA vehicles & kills soldiers under Maataram bridge
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=53&v=Pz1jU1Z_ScU

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.798767&lon=36.570203&z=16&m=b&search=mahmeel

It is a long, long way back to the west…..

Flanders
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Retreating to where? Frikka? Not going to be a walk in the park.

Map
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Frikka city
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.765249&lon=36.353588&z=14&m=b&search=idlib

Freiheit
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It is incomprehensible. Syrian I’armée and NDF expect the offensive rats to withdraw in full panic. This army is no longer controlled. Disorganization seems total. I wonder if there is not a huge problem at the political level at the top of the Syrian state. It was recently mentioned many conflicts within the military hierarchy.

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Oh yeah, ‘Freiheit’, they are falling apart!!
The islamic terrorists will be in Damascus within a few weeks and all will be over!
Assad and family, if lucky, will make a run for it and live off the coast of Latakia on a russian warship… oh, wait, i think I heard that one before….
Buhu.

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Every single time, again and again, that the syrian military and paramilitaries suffer a defeat, we can count on ‘flanders’ and ‘radio’ to make the most of it, ferociously attacking the syrian command and forces as a bunch of incompetents who cannot fight their way out of a paper bag. But hey guys, remember, they are ‘very pro syria’ and they are only trying to be ‘realistic’. They are just debunking ziads propaganda and showing us, the unwashed masses, how Syrias situation is really grimm, its military incompetent and innefective, etc. It would appear to me that under the most… Read more »
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The problem is, my dear Luca K, is that you are a clueless idiot who knows nothing, understands nothing.

I predicted that the salient would be lost when Idlib & Jisr fell. Assclowns like you were ranting and raving how the counter-attack was just around the corner and whatnot. You are a complete fool, the only military knowledge you have is playing some video game.

I haven’t been wrong. Now, go back to flipping burgers.

Luca K
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Raving and ranting about a counter-attack? Care to show us where I predicted any such thing, mr.’flanders’, or should i more aptly call u, LIAR? Well, I NEVER did. Unlike u, i don’t pretend to know everything that is happening in a foreign country, thousands of miles from where i live. Video games? No thanks, not a big fan. I did however serve in an active duty infantry unit as a fireteam leader. While recognizing the syrian military shortcomings, be it in command, gear, etc, I also recognize, from the very fragmentary evidence available through the fog of war, their… Read more »
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You simply can’t afford to be emotional. That’s why you and the rest of the cheerleaders have been wrong so many times. I’m only interested in the facts, analysing, knowledge and wisdom.

People like you make the pro SAA look like a bunch of retarded “comical Ali” cranks. I have my doubts about their motivations.

That I’ve been in the military (drafted!) doesn’t make any relevant difference, it just give me some insights in the military that non-military do not have.

And to be brutally honest, I think that 12 months is even optimistic. And Assad knows this as well.

Luca K
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Well, I have heard gazillions of times from a%sholes just like yourself, that Assad was on his last legs, heard this a lot from late summer 2012, from ‘impartial’ pricks like u.
It has not happened.
You say Assad will be gone in less than a year? I’m not on the ground and have no claim to know the details of the military situation, so I suppose anything is possible.
We’ll see… but then if your jihadi heroes do not suceed, i’m sure you’ll come up with the ‘right’ excuses and still claim you were right all along.

Flanders
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I did not follow the conflict closely till I saw that rats were shelling old Damascus, early 2013. So, what other said is not my problem.

There will be no excuse, because it will be a reality. It’s not fucking rocket science.

GCG
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Luca you are right and I love your spirit. This site has been identified as critical for the sysops and so they have all kinds of games going on here including Whodio and flounder and the under cover brothers that keep vouching for them and others like them to string along the noise and static to make this blog a shit storm mine field. But all they are doing is teaching us to be more sophisticated and adapt to their ineffective BS. Regardless of all the plots and sub plots this war is a race to the bottom. No matter… Read more »
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The latest news is that Ariha is lost. I am wondering if the SAA and Hizb even cared to defend it. It seems that Idlib province is lost and trying to hold on to one town didn’t make sense, I guess.

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Why doesn’t Syria throw some big bombs on Palmyra killing everybody. All the good people have been evacuated anyway.

CHEVI789
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I have mentioned that too gamejoe, most of the good ones left the city, the ones that stayed got executed, so level the whole town.

Anonymous
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The Zionist controlled media and politicians would scream for foul and direct intervention.

Too bad Syria cannot use chemical weapons even against ISIS and Al Qaida.

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Hi all, well this looks like 2012/2013 again, Assad is to fall any moment, right? With the Idlib corridor goes the option to encircle the terrorists in Idlib, Hama and Southern Aleppo. Thats why the Syrian Command wanted to stick to it. All sides follow their strategic planning you can think what you want about it. Just look at Homs. The main problem is that the ISIS is trying to do what the Qualamoun terrorists could not do that is to cut Syria into pieces and seperate Lattakia, Aleppo, Hama and Homs from Damascus. This ISIS offensive will relativate the… Read more »
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Nobody, as far as I remember, said that “Assad was about to fall”. I wrote that Assad will fall within 12 months if he isn’t able to stop the defeats, turn the tide as we have seen in 2015.

Nobody knows that better then Assad, Iran, Hezbollah, Russia, Israel, Turkey and what not. It’s not fucking rocket science.

Take note, big boy. The clowns like you who have been prophesying victory after victory have been wrong. People like me, without any prophesying (only commen sence and knowledge) have been right.

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It’s not a rocket science oh yes…It’s hasbara science…

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So, what do you say about the ISIS rout by SAA/YPG forces in Hasaka and the massive ISSI losses at Tabqa. I guess those recent victories weren’t real.

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I still say that the Syrians soldiers die for Kurds in Hasakah. The Kurds are formidable fighters and motivation is very strong. They fight together with ASA ……. for now … Sorry it’s not a victory for the ASA, but for the Kurds. ISIS has lost 140 fighters Tabqa? Have you seen a hoto? A video? SANA, and this is normal in war is propaganda. Every day she speaks of the great victory of the SAA on rats and we all know this is wrong …. It’s not the death of 140 men that will change the course of the… Read more »
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Since when is a victory of the YPG one of the SAA? Kurds are not leading the fight in Hasakah, the coalition is. And ISIS is not concentrating on the Kurds right now because the coalition has a very efficient airforce, as they have found out in Kobane. Kurds are not pro-SAA, and you know what? They probably, as the only minority, have a good reason not to be pro Assad. Massive losses at Tabqa? I believe it when I see it, that is, Tabqa is back under SAA control. Official Syrian media gives out these reports every day. SAA… Read more »
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Hey Clown, i have never prophesyed any victories. I just comment on facts. The fact is that the new advances of your fools is a strategic victory for them in Idlib and if the headcutters can reach Al-Quasir or Homs city its another stategic and backbreaking victory. We will have to wait and see if your terrorists can make something out of their recent gains. Maybe they start looting and infighting again who knows. Last year looked very good for the SAA this year looks very good for the terrorists so maybe your “commen sense” predictions are wrong again next… Read more »
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Commander of elite Tajik police force “defects” to Islamic State http://news.yahoo.com/commander-elite-tajik-police-force-defects-islamic-state-113842933.html He reappeared Wednesday, vowing to bring jihad to Russia and the Unites States as he brandished a cartridge belt and sniper rifle, in a professionally made, 10-minute video clip posted in social networks. “Listen, you dogs, the president and ministers, if only you knew how many boys, our brothers are here, waiting and yearning to return to Tajikistan to re-establish sharia law there,” he said, addressing Tajik President Imomali Rakhmon. “We are coming to you, God willing, we are coming to you with slaughter,” said Khalimov, a 40-year-old native… Read more »
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Extremist terrorists invade another town in Syria’s Idlib DAMASCUS, May 28 _ A coalition of terrorist groups invaded the town of Ariha in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib on Thursday. The so-called al-Fath Army, a coalition of several terrorist groups mainly the al-Qaida-linked terrorist Nusra Front, invaded the town of Ariha. The downfall of Ariha came following battles and shelling between the Syrian army and the extremist terrorists. Syrian military vehicles withdrew from the town towards the areas of Arom al-Jous and Mhambel between Ariha and the city of Jisr al-Shughour. Syria’s official SANA news agency said the military forces… Read more »
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The SAA (Syrian Alawite Army) is a broken and demoralised rump and is not far of complete collapse. It is unable to engage the opposition forces in any serious battle and panic is setting in among mid to senior level commanders, who are desperately looking for a way out of the fast approaching climax to this war. Assad has run out of Alawis to force into uniform. Christians, Druze and assorted Shia cannon fodder are thin on the ground as well. The ‘Sunni’s’ the regime claims make up the bulk of the Alawite Army are not allowed near the frontline… Read more »
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Adebisi means stupid in your languaje? Maybe moron? Perhaps rat?

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Adebisi is Hebrew for fuckface =========> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg

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You trully are a moron adebsi, 70% of the Syrian army is Sunni, and if they wanted to they could have taken over the whole country in a matter of days, WHICH has not happened.

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Where did you get this 70% number? Syrian Army is dominated by mostly Alawites. Secular Sunnis, Druze, Christians, and other minorities make up the rest. Officer class is almost entirely Alawite as well.

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Totally wrong. SAA is dominated by Sunnis but majority Alawite officers. SAAF dominated by Sunni officers, The conflict is not about Sunni vs. Shia–it is about jihadist vs, secular forces.

The reality is the jihadists do not have popular support. However, they do have massive amount of arms and support of Turkey.

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The conflict has highly sectarian tendencies and the core units of the Syrian Army are Alawite. Of course there are some Sunnis in Syrian Army, just like there were some Shia in Saddam Husseins Army, but overall the security system in Syria is dominated by Alawites. Today’s SAA is not the same as the SAA of past. Today more then half of the Sunni’s have DEFECTED from the military. Popular support in Syria is 50/50. Alawites, Most minorities, and some not all Secular Sunnis support the government. While the opposition is almost entirely Sunni.

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Lmao at juanito, now i know your are an extremist sunni, go and blow yourself up like the rest of your filth, lebaese i suspect.

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Clueless shit so your saying ISIS and nusra are better alternatives for Syria you are stupid brain fuck.

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It must be completely idiot to say that Islamists cutters heads will bring freedom to Syria, but it is perhaps your conception of politics. It is possible that Syria Bashar Al Assad collapses under the blows of such a coalition of criminals powerfully supported by foreign countries. But I can already tell you that your criminals rats will also be crushed because men always seek freedom. You’ll have to find another caliphate.

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Look who says so, an Israeli war criminal a baby killer in Gaza or a cannibal who eats human liver and hearts or wahabi – Salafist barbarian who wants to take back a great country like Syria to the middle ages ?

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Yea Adebisi,

Syria will be as free as Lybia.

cheers
J

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Ariha has been taken over by the Nusra boils . But then the Army has already started withdrawing from ariha after the fall of the mastouma base . The strategy is to spread out the large 12000 plus Rats so as not to face them all in one place .Now the rats will have to man hundreds of checkpoints which takes a lot of manpower . Its a Tactical withdrawal. Meanwhile going back to the original attack on idlib ,the intelligence should have seen this attack by 12000 cannibals coming and taken precaution’s to save the lives of so many… Read more »
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So before everyone was saying that the fall of Idlib was to get them all in one area so they can kill them easier. Now the story has changed? By the way how does someone from an LRRP unit cheer for Hezbollah which has killed over 200 US Marines??

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you’ll find pictures of German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in a lot of our BFV 🙂 ….Same reason . and the marine barrack bombing was a by an obscure group calling itself ‘Islamic Jihad’ . “Hezbollah” wasn’t even formed in 1983.

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Today’s Hezbollah take credit for the marine barracks bombing my friend. In addition Iran’s Revolutionary Guard routinely take credit for assisting and advising in the attack. Let’s not also forget all the Shia militias that are fighting today also killed US troops during the Iraq War.

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oh well , the Japs bombed the crap out of us at pearl harbor …. we became bestest best friends 😛

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”But then the Army has already started withdrawing from ariha after the fall of the mastouma base . The strategy is to spread out the large 12000 plus Rats so as not to face them all in one place .Now the rats will have to man hundreds of checkpoints which takes a lot of manpower . Its a Tactical withdrawal.” I’m gonna puke if I hear this excuse one more time. This was the strategy when idlib fell, and then when jisr fell, etc. Apparently it didnt work out so time for a new strategy yeah! I remember ziad posting… Read more »
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Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US “Created” ISIS

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ANNA News – Latest incredible footage from Jobar and Douma

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http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940307000970 Ansarullah: Turkey, Saudi Arabia Coordinating Plans to Send ISIL Terrorists to Yemen He noted that a captured ISIL terrorist named Abu Omar has confessed that ISIL commanders have had meetings in Al-Raqqa in Syria and Hatay in South Turkey on different occasions to implement the Saudi plan for the dispatch of the terrorists to Yemen. He noted that the relocation of Al-Qaeda terrorists to Yemen comes after the US and Arab countries’ military analysts warned the Riyadh government about an imminent defeat in the war against Yemen. A day earlier, media reports said that Saudi Arabia has relocated a… Read more »
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Great tactical withdrawal all over by the SAA in Idlib province. Probably the next tactical withdrawal will be out of Damascus to the coast. Looking forward to the successful operation by the SAA.

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SAA should have evacuated the entire salient when jisr al shughour fell. have to retreat down a highway while the rebels occupy both sides in the hills. They will be under mortar, AA gun, TOW fire the entire salient.

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I thought SAA was just allowing the insurgents to take over cities so they can target them all in one spot later?

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Hassan Nasrallah: “Game Over” for Syria and Bashar al-Assad ? (ENG SUB)

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”I thought SAA was just allowing the insurgents to take over cities so they can target them all in one spot later?” Yes Juan…..that is correct. But I have to correct you…..not all cities…..but only some. The jihadis are giving up their tactical advantage of attacking small isolated targets with large numbers at will and attempting to fight the SAA head on, on SAAs terms. Fatal both tactically and strategically, born out of necessity and will become more obvious as time progresses and the reason for this shift in tactics is explained below. The SAA casualties throughout Syria -including non… Read more »
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What a fabulous write-up!!! Bravo!! You silenced him like a smashed rat.

What’s your name again, Anon??

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Psyops operative Juanito perez said:

”Great tactical withdrawal all over by the SAA in Idlib province. Probably the next tactical withdrawal will be out of Damascus to the coast. Looking forward to the successful operation by the SAA”.

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Fuck off troll

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Greece: Iranian FM Zarif meets with Tsipras for bilateral talks

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Video of SAA defending Ariha city

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Russia: Armed Syrian opposition supported by Washington may join ISIS – Lavrov

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Lavrov and UAE FM Zayed Al Nahyan hold press conference in Moscow – English Audio

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Syrian al-Qaeda Leader Vows No Attacks Against West

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In a new interview with al-Jazeera, al-Qaeda’s Syrian leader Abu Mohammed al-Golani aimed to present his forces as a moderate alternative to ISIS, promising that an al-Qaeda-ruled Syria would not be used as a launching pad for strikes against the West.

Golani did however say he wouldn’t rule out strikes against the United States if US warplanes kept hitting al-Qaeda, saying the group has “the right to self-defense.”

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Russian, U.S. positions on Syria are getting closer, Lavrov says

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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian and U.S. positions on Syria are getting closer, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday after several high-level contacts between Moscow and Washington this month over the conflict.

“Indeed, I think our positions with the United States are getting closer, first and foremost in regard to statements that there can be no alternative to a political solution in Syria,” Lavrov told a news conference.

Lavrov criticized Washington for supporting some of the armed opposition groups fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, saying Russia considered this approach “short-sighted”.

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Israel seeks 50 percent increase in US military assistance: Report

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srael is seeking a large increase in annual military assistance from the United States and has begun preliminary talks with the Obama administration on a 10-year financial package that would provide up to $45 billion.

During unofficial talks in recent months by working-level bilateral groups, Israel has asked the US to increase its annual military assistance by 50 percent to an average of $4.5 billion a year over the 2018-2028 period, Defense News reported, citing an Israeli security source.

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Will Iraq Follow Syria? http://journal-neo.org/2015/05/27/will-iraq-follow-syria/ Talks on May 21 in Moscow with the Iraqi delegation headed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi were dedicated to Military-technical co-operation, oil, bilateral cooperation and Syria. The first and fourth points are very important to Baghdad, which for almost a year has been in a cruel and unsuccessful struggle with the ISIS. They need weapons and joint coordination with Syria in regards to ISIS. It is significant that this visit of the Iraqi government to Russia took place at a time when terrorists of ISIS seized the city of Ramadi 110 km from Baghdad. The… Read more »
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